Conesys, Inc. designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes electronic connectors. The company offers products, such as general-purpose circular connectors; light to heavy duty metal-shell connectors; electromagnetic compatibility connectors; hermetically sealed connectors; filter and transient voltage suppression connectors; EMI filter and EMP transient suppression devices; circular and rectangular connectors, including filter and transient protection connectors, mil-spec circular connectors, fiber optic termini, copper and fiber interconnect systems, specialty cable assemblies, racks and panels, reverse bayonets, and application specific connectors; board to board connectors, modular miniature connectors, RF connectors, and filtered and shielded connectors; and back shells, junction boxes, and circular connectors and high performance interconnection systems. It also molds rubber and plastic components in house. The company provides its products for military/aerospace, commercial aviation, business aviation, aircraft engines, marine, heavy equipment, transportation, rail mass transit, geophysical, machine automation/motion control, medical equipment, general industrial, commercial, automotive, and telecommunications applications. It sells its products through distributors in Kansas, Texas, Florida, Arizona, California, North Carolina, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio; and Colomiers, France. The company also offers its products through a network of sales representatives. It serves customers in Europe, South Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the Middle East; and in India. Conesys, Inc. was formerly known as W.NeuTech Industries and changed its name to Conesys, Inc. in 2000. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Torrance, California. It has manufacturing and assembly facilities in Tecate, Mexico; and Chesterfield Township, Michigan.